Bob Maroney, President, Commercial & Industrial

Bob Maroney

President, Commercial & Industrial

Bob Maroney works with clients to design and implement comprehensive, global solutions across a broad spectrum of the commercial and industrial segments. Specific asset classes include machinery and equipment, commercial and industrial real estate, inventories, and intellectual properties. Bob's career includes senior management positions in the disposition and valuation of commercial and industrial assets and his unique perspective and experience has earned him an unparalleled trust within the lending and disposition communities. Prior to joining Gordon Brothers in 2005, Bob served as Chief Appraisal Officer at Bank of America, where he managed a national team of multi-disciplined valuation professionals with a specialized focus on C&I assets for asset-based lending purposes. Over the past 35 years, he has had oversight responsibility for the valuation and disposition of more than $200 billion of C&I assets. Bob is a senior member of the American Society of Appraisers, Machinery and Technical Specialties, and is a licensed and certified general real estate appraiser. Bob received his BBA in accounting from the University of Massachusetts.

Bob has experience in a variety of sectors, including: aerospace & defense;  agriculture,  wholesale apparel & footwear; automotive; consumer electronics; ceramics, glass & potteries; chemicals & pharmaceuticals; construction equipment; corporate offices & equipment; electronics & semi-conductors; energy, power generation & distribution; food & beverage; food processing equipment;  furniture; home categories; IT, telecom, data processing & network; machine tools; metals & metalworking; mining; oil & gas; plastics; printing; pulp, paper & cardboard; rolling stock, transport & logistics; ship building, port & marine; steel production & processing; store fixtures; television & hard media; textiles & apparel manufacturing; toys; warehouse & material handling; woodworking & timber processing.